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'Killer Movie' - Review

by Jamie Zaccharia, MoreHorror.com

Killer Movie is about a TV crew and a spoiled Lohan-type celebrity who travel to a small middle-of-nowhere Northwestern town and have to outlive a serial killer while simultaneously try to film something worthwhile. It wasn't so much a horror movie as a mystery movie, or a satire to be more precise. While it was a fun watch, I was never scared and it wasn't until halfway through the movie when I actually started wondering who the killer might be. Although I did like the mockumentary style of the film, and I think in that respect it brought something new to the table.

There are a lot of characters, which can be confusing if you're not paying attention. For the most part, I think the film was cast very well, with the exception of Kaley Cuoco as Blanca Champion, the stuck-up celebrity. I didn't hate her in the part,
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Kimberly Wyatt: 'Dancers must be brave'

Kimberly Wyatt: 'Dancers must be brave'
Kimberly Wyatt has said that dancers have to be brave if they are to succeed. The Pussycat Dolls star and Got To Dance judge told The Guardian that it is vital for young dancers to experiment. Wyatt said: "You have to be brave as a dancer, to try new things and tricks and be flexible - you have to be prepared to fall on your bottom or your head. "It's happened to me a lot and it happens to dancers all through their careers. I'm lucky in that I have a background (more)
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Kimberly Wyatt Reunites With Ashley Roberts for Debut Single

Kimberly Wyatt is working with her former The Pussycat Dolls bandmate Ashley Roberts again. The pair, who both announced their departures from the girl group within days of each other in February, have since collaborated for Kimberly's debut single with her new group Her Majesty And The Wolves.

"I brought Ashley to help with the choreography and we danced together on 'Stars In your Eyes' which is the first single," Kimberly, 28, exclusively told Bang Showbiz. "I love collaborations! They are the best thing to do when you're being creative."

Kimberly, who appeared in the original line up of The Pussycat Dolls with Ashley, Nicole Scherzinger, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton and Carmit Bachar, is also "definitely" open to the idea of working with the other ex-members of the group.

She added, "I'm always going to collaborate when it comes to dancing and choreography and it just so happened that Ashley was my first one,
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Universal Home Entertainment Gets Into the Groove with Honey 2

America's boldest and most inventive dance crews hit the streets as Honey 2 begins production in Los Angeles. Energetic choreography, a diverse cast and gravity-defying stunts provide a breathtaking background for the world of competitive dance-offs. Inspired by Honey, the hip hop movie phenomenon starring Jessica Alba, Mekhi Phifer, Joy Bryant and Lil' Romeo, Honey 2 takes audiences into the complex world of street crews who express both their individuality and community through an awe-inspiring array of dance styles including b-boy, turfin', hyphy, morphing, gliding, popping, locking, salsa and jazz, among many others. Honey 2 is slated to premiere exclusively on DVD in the fall of 2011.

The latest in the hugely successful Universal Studios Home Entertainment DVD Originals line, Honey 2 is directed by Bille Woodruff (Beauty Shop), who brought the first Honey to the big screen in 2003 and is renowned throughout the music industry for directing some of the
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The Objective and Killer Movie (Tribeca Flashback Review)

Current events inform these two genre films: Daniel Myrick’s The Objective takes place against the backdrop of the war in the Middle East, while Jeff Fisher’s Killer Movie puts a horrific spin on the endless reality-television trend. For The Blair Witch Project’s Myrick, The Objective marks a return to the scenario of a group of people venturing into forbidding territory where mysterious forces threaten them, while Fisher has intimate knowledge of his film’s specific milieu, having served time on the likes of The Real World/Road Rules and The Simple Life. But while the former effectively makes an already harrowing situation worse with the introduction of the supernatural, the latter doesn’t come up with anything that’s as scary as, say, the prospect of sitting through a whole season of Paris Hilton hijinx. Myrick, who scripted The Objective with Mark A. Patton and Wesley Clark Jr.,
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